I have been evaluating my writing. My work shows I've been pretty lazy. I just write how I think and immediately post. Going to change my approach though.
What approach do you use after you've thought of a topic you wish to write about? Do you post as hastily as I have?
Also, do you have your own personal space for writing? (Like a desk or coffee shop?) Just curious- got a desk off of Craigslist and I've been writing my heart out (in my journal).
An idea comes, research has to be made, relevant images sought, a 'battle order' is decided on and then comes the writing itself. Depending on the theme I adapt a suitable 'tone' of approach, edit and publish.
I consider what will be interesting to others. What will "sell."
I make an exquisite outline and then research the subject. I use footnotes and list them as I go. As I write the article, I edit it as I go. I never write past a typo. I use the thesaurus and find the most exciting word I can. I know my conclusion before I even start the final draft.
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